Solar Twins (band)
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|Labels||Warner Bros. Records / Wea / Maverick Records|
Solar Twins were signed by Guy Oseary at Maverick Records after playing at Viper Room. They are known for their version of Rock the Casbah, found on the soundtrack to the movie Brokedown Palace. They made one album, and split after attempting a second, thwarted by insurmountable creative differences.
- Solar Twins (1999)
David Norland moved into composition for television and film, as well as producing other artists. His record label Apparent is home to UK electropop act Frankmusik and other forward-looking pop acts.
He recently composed the score for the critically acclaimed movie Anvil! The Story of Anvil.
Joanna Stevens also provides vocals for the following projects:
- Tracks: "Myth" and "A Poem for Byzantium" on Poem
- Conjure One
- Paradise Lost
- Tracks: "Erased", "Primal", and "Mystify" on Symbol of Life
- Tracks: "Here I confess" and "Ariadne (The Dividing Sea)" on Labyrinthine Heart
- Tracks: "This Means War" as a single from the forthcoming third album.